The School of Social Work currently offers both a regular and advanced standing degree programs leading to a MSW degree. These programs are offered on both a full-time and on a part-time basis and are available at both our Las Cruces and Albuquerque campuses. The program provides academic and field education with an emphasis on Advanced Generalist Social Work Practice. The MSW is an advanced generalist program leading to social work in multiple practice settings with Southwest populations.
Courses at NMSU’s Albuquerque Center follow the same schedule as courses on the Las Cruces Campus and are a mixture of face to face and ITV classes.
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NMSU offers a dual Master in Public Health/Master of Social Work degree. The requirements for the degree can be found by clicking here.
NOTE: In order to be considered, applicants must apply to BOTH the MPH and the MSW programs separately. You will only pay for the graduate application fee once–you will not be charged when you apply for the second program.
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